Belarusian State University of Physical Training

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Belarusian State University of Physical Culture is a university in Minsk, Belarus. University is the internationally recognized institution in the field of physical education, sports and tourism, the most important scientific, educational and research center of the Republic of Belarus offering preparatory, high and post-graduate levels of training.

  • The membership of seven representatives of the University in International Sports Federations testifies that the University has obtained international recognition. There are 160 World and European champions among the University students and graduates.[1] [2] [3] [4]

Structure[edit]

There are 4 faculties, 27 chairs: Departments:

Faculty of Sport Games and Combative Sport

Faculty of Mass Sports

The Faculty of Health – Oriented Physical Training and Tourism

Institute of Tourism

Specialists Updating and Retraining Institute

Administration[edit]

Rector - Ryhor Kasiachenka
The head of international relations office - Dzmitry Smaliakou

Well known graduates[edit]

Among those who graduated from the University we can also name the Olympic champions Svetlana Boginskaya, Vitaly Scherbo, Marina Lobach, Alexander Medved, Oleg Karavayev, Vladimir Kaminsky, Oleg Logvin, Alexander Romankov, Romuald Klim, Elena Zvereva, Yanina Korolchik, Vladimir Parfenovich, Yekaterina Karsten and others. Pavel Tsatsouline also graduated from the Univ. of Physical Culture.

Affiliations and memberships[edit]

International association of universities of physical training and sports

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Belarusian State University of Physical Culture". bel-univer.do.am. Retrieved 5 February 2014. 
  2. ^ "BELARUSIAN STATE UNIVERSITY OF PHYSICAL CULTURE". 4icu.org. Retrieved 5 February 2014. 
  3. ^ "Belarusian State University of Physical Culture". university-directory.eu. Retrieved 5 February 2014. 
  4. ^ "BELARUSIAN STATE UNIVERSITY OF PHYSICAL TRAINING". univerzities.com. Retrieved 5 February 2014. 

Coordinates: 53°56′08″N 27°29′23″E / 53.93556°N 27.48972°E / 53.93556; 27.48972